Furniture in public spaces isn’t always all it’s cracked up to be. Nothing is ever personal or truly functional for the purpose it is trying to serve. With public spaces such as airports, offices, etc. not really having individualized seating that caters to a multitude of functions; Caspar Lohner came up with the concept of SleepBox.
SleepBox’s uniform, homogenous design allows for a seamless piece of furniture that functions as an open seat, and a semi-enclosed pod for napping, reading or just some quiet relaxation. Though it’s a bit large and heavy to have huge groupings throughout a building, the addition of the SleepBox to places such as airports and large office buildings could really be an attractive option for those who are always on the go.